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Ford turbo diesel inline six tractor motor interchange with gas?

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05-02-1999 21:30:09




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I have an F-150 with a 300 streight six (300 ci.). Ford made a turbo deisel in a tractor. Now my question is can I use that turbo from the deisel on the 300 streight six? Please contact me as soon as possible. Thank You!




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06-24-1999 22:42:45




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 Re: ford turbo diesel inline six tractor motor interchange with gas? in reply to l, 05-02-1999 21:30:09  
these two obviously thought you wanted to use the whole diesel. the turbocharger on these diesels is not as large as the turbos on truck engines. this would not bring as much power to your straight six as you wanted and probably wouldn't be worth the trouble of rigging it up. if i were you, i would go with a real turbo system made for your truck.



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Bern

05-03-1999 09:29:16




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 Re: ford turbo diesel inline six tractor motor interchange with gas? in reply to l, 05-02-1999 21:30:09  
Not unless you want to spend lots of money and create major headaches for yourself. Other than the fact that both engines are straight sixes, nothing else is the same. One of your biggest challenges would be to mate the engine to trans with some sort of adapter (I'm not aware of any), not to mention the fact that you would have probably triple the weight there, because of a cast iron oil pan. I hope this is enough to make you think twice about this idea. One more thing, with a rated speed of 2200 RPM, you would have to come up with an overdrive trans, unless you like driving 40 MPH down the freeway!

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Wayne

05-03-1999 02:41:55




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 Re: ford turbo diesel inline six tractor motor interchange with gas? in reply to l, 05-02-1999 21:30:09  
If you've got enough money you could probably put the 401 cid engine from a TW35 in it.



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